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Wooden Wrench Salad Tools
Some of the pink
Bride-to-Be using Cake Saw
Table centerpieces
Zebra cake with fondant toolbox
Mini-toolbox party favors
"Home Improvement"
Wedding Shower
Who says home improvement can’t be sexy? This fabulous “Home Improvement”
wedding shower amazed guests with all the theme related details.

First, guests received a zebra stripe and hot pink invite with a black bow at the top
holding a miniature tool. The tiny tools were actually mini ornaments for small
Christmas trees. The assortment included: hammers, drills, wrenches, saws and

As guests arrived, they saw the amazing zebra cake with pink rolled-fondant toolbox
holding Chick Screwdrivers. Also on the table was a pink hardhat, pink ladies work
gloves and a Cake Saw.

The guest tables were covered in black fleece with paint splats cut out of white vinyl
in the centers. On top of the faux spills were clear acrylic paint cans with zebra print
paper inside. A paintbrush was placed beside each can and instead of confetti, small
shiny screws and washers littered the tables.

The theme continued on the food table as well. Appetizers were skewered on Bent
Nail Picks and wooden Salad Tools that resembled wrenches were on hand to toss
and serve the salad. In addition, there was a Pizza Boss Saw used to slice up the
main course.

The Bride-To-Be had to “gear up” to cut the cake. She donned the pink hard hat and
work gloves and used the saw to cut up slices of delicious cake.

As a parting gift, small toolbox goody boxes were filled with gummy tools. Needless to
say, it would be tough to improve on this “Home Improvement” shower.

Check the left side-bar for many of the products used for this party.
Details that Made the Party
Party Products:
Chick Drivers
Cake Saw
Nail Picks
Tough Chick Gloves
Pizza Boss Saw
Some items that
made the theme
come alive
What better way to play dress-up like we girls did way back when, than to throw
party that not only condones it, but makes it a requirement.

The "No Such Thing as too Much Bling" party was designed for ladies young and
old to pull out their furs, feathers and rhinestones for a girl's night out.

Invitations were enclosed with rhinestone encrusted purse mirrors and lipstick
pens in an organza drawstring bag. The pink tri-fold invite featured silhouettes of
three ladies in formal attire on the front. Rhinestones were affixed to accent
necklaces and bracelets. On the back, the copy read: You're invited to release
of bling. And remember darlings, there is no such thing as too much bling!

Pink fuax fur, black and white feather boas, and diamonds galore adorned the
tables. Mirrored mosaic candle holders sparkled throughout the evening.

Champagne flutes with Lindemans’ Framboise and Peche were filled and ready
as guests arrived. Actually a Belgium beer, these bubbly beverages tasted like
sparkling champagne.

The music playlist created in I-Tunes included Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole and
Dean Martin. As the evening progressed and the guests were letting their hair
down, so to speak, more current tunes were heard by Flo Rida, Kanye West,
Lady Gaga and more.

The evening was all about feeling beautiful and being pampered. A massage
therapist was there to give shoulder, back or foot rubs.

As a parting gift, lipgloss packaged like chocolates were placed in silver pastry
wrappers and arranged on a cake stand. And, for those ladies that weren't able
to find diva attire, bowls of jeweled rings were available as well as black and
white feather boas.

Towards the end of the evening, a contest was held to determine who was the
Queen of Bling, the Goddess of Almost as Much and the Princess of Less is

Ladies were asked to strut their stuff and compete for the prizes. Gifts included a
massage gift certificate, pink crystal champagne flutes and bling sunglasses.
"Bling it On"